Java Power Tools Early-Bird Discounts
And now, a word from our sponsor...
The 2009 Java Power Tools bootcamps are a great way to improve your development skills in a range of areas that will come in useful no matter what Java technologies you use.
I've been getting very positive feedback about the course, both from newer developers and from more experienced ones. I got several comments along the lines of "One of the best and most useful courses I have attended". Many developers appreciate the global view they get of current Java Best Practices: "This was a great all round introduction to best practices for development process optimization. I found all of the content very helpful and easy to understand.. Others liked the global picture, and the way the course covers not only what tools exist, but when they are appropriate: "Gives a very good overall view of the Java development environment. Not just how to write Java code but the 'business end' - how to build, test, deploy, manage and monitor."
The 2009 season has a lot of very cool new and expanded material, too, such as Behaviour-Driven Development, easyb, unit testing with Groovy, using tools and techniques like Maven and TDD with legacy applications, and advanced build automation with multi-module projects and release and deployment automation. I talk about some of the innovations in the 2009 bootcamps in more detail here.
The course is going to cities in Australia and New Zealand, but also the States (San Francisco in June) and to the UK and Europe (the London course will probably be in early July). We also do on-site courses, which can be customized somewhat to your particular needs. Check out the details here.